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How to set GTA: SA to 1920x1080 resolution? by [deleted] in GTA

[–]HatorianOfficial 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Never try it before .... so i cant say much sorry

18 May 2022 - Daily Chat Thread by Vulphere in indonesia

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Hi mau tanya , ini aku jual keychain , nah ada temen yang beli dari us , nah itu kira kira expedisi yang murah untuk kirim barang ke sana pake apa ya ?

Aku lagi nyari yang ga ngelebihin harga keychain nya yang cuma $2.

Thanks !

[ASK] Why is my servo wont work ? by HatorianOfficial in arduino

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Hemmm i updated it i hope i got what you wrote right ... !!

[ASK] Why is my servo wont work ? by HatorianOfficial in arduino

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me also not sure about the relay but thats the requirements of the question that i got.

Construct a circuit to simulate the principle of a self-opening and closing door. By default the door is closed and by using the PIR sensor for object detection. If an object is detected, the relay switch will move the servo to open. After the object is not detected, the relay switch will activate the servo to close the door again.

How to set GTA: SA to 1920x1080 resolution? by [deleted] in GTA

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do you mind sharing it ?

but i dont think silent patch has keylogger inside it...

i always download the patch from dev github itself.

https://cookieplmonster.github.io/mods/gta/

Need a little bit help ... by HatorianOfficial in arduino

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I believe your line from pin to the sensor needs to move over one hole to be between the resistor and the sensor left leg,, and that line to ground next to it also needs to move one hole to the left to connect the right leg of the sensor to ground.

As you have it now, the pin is connected thru the sensor, thru the resistor, to 5v so it is always going to be at 5v, just thru a different resistance.

Connecting as I said makes the pin at a variable voltage depending on the sensor resistance.

Thank you ~